The Albanian Prime Minister, Edi Rama, was very clear against his former
government allies, the Socialist Movement for Integration, accusing
them of causing total degradation in the institutions and ministries
they have been leading the past four years.
Rama admitted his fault for allowing his ally to appoint teachers and directors, but he was very harsh about prisons and the property registration offices, two institutions almost completely led by the SMI, which he considered the worst of the public administration for the past four years.
Rama was very harsh with the Food Inspection Authority, another institution led by the SMI, saying that it has been a real state-paid gang that has never done its job towards citizens.